she blocked me when i said, im on disability allowence weekly
i wouldn’t reveal something like that straight away, let them get to know you as a person first.
so its my fault for being honest?
i never said it was. but in my experience it has never worked to tell anyone about my illness first. they make judgements before even meeting me.
if i said too her im on disability but i have 3 million in my bank…what would she of said then?
did she ask you what you do for a living in which case i agree you said the right thing ,but if she didn’t ask then i woudln’t have said.
It’s never a good sign when money comes up on a dating website. Consider yourself fortunate that she blocked you. One less person interested in how much you make.
she said where do i work…
ok. in that case your better off without her. people judge its in our nature.
i’m sorry this has happened. i know how it feels i told some guy i had schizoaffective straight away, he never messaged me again i was very upset for a while but then i thought i don’t want someone like that in my life anyway.
i dont get past the first stages which is the talking part, no-one even looks twice at me
I don’t have the guts to post a picture of myself on a dating site.
this is one of the reasons I’d never go on a dating website if I was looking for someone. it should be called ‘plenty of sharks’ not plenty of fish.
Plenty of Fish-ing for superficial pleasures.
I’m lucky to get to the talking part. I usually just keep to myself because I can’t figure out anything to say.
same, i don’t think i am boyfriend material really but i still try sometimes
I wouldn’t even bring up anything about mental illness till after a few dates
Then she was probably just looking for a sugar daddy.
Look basically online dating is full of
- Women looking for sugar daddies
- Men looking for easy sex
It almost never goes well for either gender.
This makes sense @Turnip
Plenty of Sucker Fish, Plenty of Blow Fish… Okay, I’ll stop!